Fitness & Cardio

Striking a Balance: Overtraining in strength programs

How far is too far when pushing athletes in training? In this roundtable, five strength coaches discuss programming without overtraining… more »

5 basic exercises that produce results

Basic exercises are often the most effective. There are a handful of simple yet effective exercises that are easy to learn and require minimal equipment… more »

Focus on Fitness

A look at the UCLA Health Sound Body Sound Mind initiative, which provides high schools with a comprehensive and state-of-the-art fitness program… more »

Set the Bar

At Colorado State University-Pueblo, strength coach Allen Hedrick uses historical lifting averages to establish weightroom goals and guide players’ offseason programming… more »

Optimum Performance: Managed Approach

Prescribing the right workload in training can make the difference between success and failure for the athlete. To get there, avoid these six common programming errors… more »

Energy Advice

The American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) has released a document giving guidance and warnings on the consumption of energy drinks… more »

Setting Up Circuits

In addition to a regular weightlifting routine, circuit training provides a fun and refreshing way for athletes to build strength and endurance… more »

Battle It Out

Battle ropes can be a great way to add variety to any strength program. Here are a few ideas on how to implement them… more »

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